Actress Vaani Kapoor looked stunning when she sashayed on the ramp Saturday for designer Payal Singhal at the Lakme Fashion Week winter/festive 2014. The actress hit the ramp in a contemporary ensemble in cranberry red with blingy work - it was an amalgamation of churidar pants with wrap teamed up with blouse and dupatta.
Friday, August 29, 2014
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Designer Masaba Gupta showcased her fashion line at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014 and her showstopper Shilpa Shetty grooved with the models on the ramp. Donning a slinky black printed cut-out gown with an attached dupatta drape - just the right addition for a beach time. Her collections that were a blend of flared minis in beige, slinky gowns with multi prints, long sleeved, thigh length jacket with flared pants and cut-out sari gown, created a mood of the fun times of the 1960s. Trapeze printed top with bell sleeves, attached dupattas for skirts, bell bottom style shararas, long sleeved tail-coat cholis with printed saris and drop waist will-power maxi added to the options that Masaba offered through the show.
Here we have the Indian Royal Wedding Wear Long Anarkali Dresses 2014 Collection,Anarkali dresses are one of the more traditional clothing for women. In the past these garments was much used at the time of the Mughal period. As soon as the fashion market gets overloaded with Western dresses, dresses Anarkali lost their significance for fashion lovers. But now, once more, they are inside the fashion world. Official duties, the events of marriage and family dinners are the best parties to choose these Anarkali dresses. Let’s check on photos of Anarkali Indian dresses! Anarkali dresses are taken as one of the best choices to make women feel as stylish and versatile graceful looking for others. You will find that the Anarkali dresses in embroidery decoration more stones versions as well. Wedding apparel Anarkali dresses are all added using heavy embroidery, stones, grounds and use of zari. Anarkali dresses are painted in all shades of colors from soft and vibrant regimes shades as well.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Tarun Tahiliani opened the sixth edition of BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2014 with his collection ‘Modern Mughals’ Topping the charts with a magical collection of haute couture, the emperor of drapes, Tarun stunned many with his unconventional and edgy approach of showcasing bridal wear in black, and in a pastoral assortment of pinks, beiges, burnt orange and noir. Extensive layering and long trains were inculcated, sheer silks, reshams and tullé made the ensemble lighter, giving ease of movement. The TT signatured dhoti pants, patiala’s, amour choli’s and vest coats remarkably dazzled on its way down the ramp. The traditional maangtika was modified into a Mohawk that added a dash of power to the whole look. The ‘planter’s chair cannage weave jacket’ drew in the thunderous claps followed by the ostrich feather saree, concept sari and the hybrid dhoti-saree. Tarun’s contemporary Mughal bride was dressed in an orange lehenga choli with intricate gold work. Tarun’s global conventional men flaunted golds, pistachio, deep oranges in form of suits and sherwanis.